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    Handy Home Products Briarwood 12 ft. x 8 ft. Wood Frame & Primed Siding Shed Kit with Floor

    Model # 19354-5|Store SKU # 1000788559

    Briarwood 12 ft. x 8 ft. Wood Frame & Primed Siding Shed Kit with Floor
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    Briarwood 12 ft. x 8 ft. Wood Frame & Primed Siding Shed Kit with Floor
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    Overview

    Model # 19354-5 Store SKU # 1000788559

    NEW for 2014, the Handy Home Products Briarwood 12 ft. x 8 ft. Do-It-Yourself Wood Shed Kit with floor exudes a country attitude, wrapped in a timeless design; sure to add style and sophistication to your backyard. The Briarwood starts off right, with generous, 4.5 in. deep roof overhangs and TWO gable vents. The ideal-sized, 48 in. wide x 6 ft. high double doors with full-length hinges, provide easy access for all your tools of the trade. A clean, open floor plan gives way to 850 cu. ft. storage capacity with 6 ft. 4 in. high side walls and a 10 ft. 2 in. high peak. The smart and strong 2x4 wood interior can be customized the way you want it. A premium, keyed locking T-handle is included for added security. Add optional accessories to make it the perfect storage shed, hobby/craft area and more! This Do-It-Yourself wood shed kit can be easily assembled with a hammer, screwdriver, tape measure, level and stepladder. To purchase without floor, please see MFG Model # : 19353-8. Optional accessories shown sold separately.

    1. Do-It-Yourself, Pre-cut wood kit is ready to assemble with common household tools
    1. Premium 2x4 wood construction – a natural choice for going GREEN with beautiful, wood-grain embossed LP siding is factory-primed and ready to paint (paint sold separately)
    1. Tall 10 ft. 2 in. peak is supported by 6 ft. 4 in. side walls - ready for your long-handled tools; generous, 6 in. deep roof overhangs provide striking, architectural detail
    1. Large 48 in. wide x 6 ft. high double doors with contemporary, lower trim design, provides superior access for riding mowers
    1. Includes premium, keyed locking T-handle and (2) paintable, arched gable vents
    1. Includes complete wood floor – treated floor frame with wood decking . Can be installed with a cement foundation. Personalize your Briarwood the way you want it - Purchase optional accessories, paint, shingles, and wood floor kit (all sold separately)

    Specifications

    Dimensions

    Assembled Depth (in inches)
    96
    Assembled Height (in inches)
    121
    Assembled Weight (in lbs)
    2332
    Assembled Width (in inches)
    144
    Item Depth
    96
    Item Height
    17
    Item Weight
    2342
    Item Width
    48

    Details

    Assembly
    Quick Assembly
    Colour Family
    Multi-Colour
    Country of Origin
    US-United States
    Floor Options
    With Floor
    Material
    Wood
    Roof Style
    Gambrel
    Shed Size (sq. ft.)
    96

    Warranty / Certifications

    10-year limited material warranty . Question? Call 800-221-1849

    Customer Reviews

    Briarwood 12 ft. x 8 ft. Wood Frame & Primed Siding Shed Kit with Floor is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
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    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Cheap quality but good enough *Cheap nails included. All hardware is cheap quality. I suggest using your own screws for stability, and supplementing with their cheap nails in between your screws. *Wood is poor quality. Inludes warped, twisted, and cracked pieces. *Does not include windows. *Does not include roofing shingles or felt. *I suggest painting all wood with water sealant as you go. *Includes floor but the wood is so cheap you may want to buy your own three sheets of plywood and *you'll definitely need to buy 2x4s because there aren't enough included to make a floor without severe sag. *Floor instructions are sparse, so just remember to place a 2x4 wherever two plywood floor pieces will overlap. *I feared future rot and splintering of the 2x4 floor supports and the bottom edges of the walls, so I bought a little over $100 worth of the cheapest concrete blocks and placed these on the concrete where I assembled the kit. Now, rain pools around the concrete blocks instead, and toys or feet or rocks or whatever hit the concrete blocks before hitting my walls. If I'd have built on dirt, I'd have sunk one concrete block layer, then placed another atop to raise my shed off the ground for the same reason. *Right and left walls have only a "cross" of 2x4s, meaning one across the center horizontally and then one piece above this and one piece below this down the center vertically. There is one 2x4 along the top (roof edge) but since there is only the single center, this isn't meant to be weight bearing and there isn't much for the cheap outer plywood to attach to, making a flimsy wall. There isn't even a 2x4 along the bottom (floor edge), so there is a wobbly gap along the bottom of the right and left walls. *You'll want to add your own 2x4s along the bottom, closing the gap so insects and rodents and wind can't enter, as well as reinforcing the stability of the wall so there is something to attach the bottom of the plywood walls to. *You may want to add more vertical 2x4s. *If you're placing a window sometime later, save yourself trouble and decide which one so you can place 2x4s accordingly, and not have to cut any later. *I left off the vent covers, and used instead a square of chicken wire as well as a square of window screen. This allows greater air flow as well as light, while preventing entry of rodents, squirrels, and birds (due to chicken wire) and blocking insects as well (due to screen). The screen is less likely to tear with the chicken wire there, but even if it ever does at least there's something blocking animals. *The instructions say to place all of the wobbly trusses up. Then nail the top plywood sides. This will weaken the screws placed at angles per instructions through the foot of each truss, and knock them down with the vibrations. *I recommend buying your own metal braces for each truss. *Ignore instructions. Place just the first truss. *Then attach a temporary vertical brace (using wood from a later step), screwing into the top of the truss and into the wall. *Then attach the top plywood side, but use your own screws since instructions only say use nails. Use their nails as supplements between your screws. *Then place only the next couple trusses up. *Then place a temporary horizontal brace across the trusses, such that it's along the outside and just below where the first plywood roof section will go. *Trusses may be warped and may not stand perfectly where directions say to stand them. Be mindful of where roofing pieces will overlap the same truss, so that the trusses are all spaced according to where plywood will overlap them. *Use your temporary horizontal brace (which only needs to be screwed to two trusses at a time) as a shelf to set your plywood roof section against, to prevent it from sliding off. *Now screw your first roofing section on these first trusses, and move your temporary brace to accommodate where the next plywood section will be. *I used a brace on both sides for stability, and so I'd have a "shelf" to place my next plywood section on. *Screw all of the plywood sections that will be on this side of the roof, not minding if any longer section hangs off because you'll attach it later when you set up more trusses. *Then set the rest of your trusses up there, resting against the reinforced trusses, so you can scoot them over and attach them when ready. *Then work from the opposite side, placing the first truss from this opposite side and using the vertical temporary brace here instead. *Then attach the upper plywood wall. *Now move the trusses where they need to be, utilizing your own metal braces, and mindful of where plywood will overlap the same truss. *Place the temporary horizontal braces both for stability and as a shelf for the next plywood roofing piece. *Screw in the rest of the plywood roofing sections. *If I ever build another wood shed, I'll forego the kit and buy a ten or twelve dollar set of instructions online, then pick my own quality wood at Home Depot, having it cut per instructions. *Remember, if a single, self taught home schooling mom can do it, you can do it! I paced myself at building one section per day, and skipping days if I felt sore. One person can do most.
    Date published: 2017-07-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Terrific High Quality product This was well beyond my expectations. Every component was high quality, and every piece was precisely cut, and clearly marked for identification. Every piece piece of lumber was straight and fit perfectly in its place. The DETAILED (50 page) set of instructions were very clear, and easy to follow, and the result is a shed that looks terrific. I'd recommend this shed kit to anyone.
    Date published: 2014-07-05
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